- Sufiyan Mustafa, 22, went to fight with jihadists in 2003 and wants to return
- After he left, the Home Office took away his passport, leaving him stranded
- He told an Arabic newspaper: 'I have never been a threat to national security'
The son of hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza has had his British passport taken from him, leaving him stranded in Syria.
Sufiyan Mustafa, 22, left the UK to fight with jihadists in 2013 after his father was jailed in the US for terrorist offences.
But after he left, the Home Office stripped him of his identification, meaning he can no longer return home.
The son of Abu Hamza, Sufiyan Mustafa, 22, had his British passport taken from him when he left the country in 2013 to fight in Syria. He has appealed to be allowed back in the UK
He told an Arabic newspaper he has appealed to be allowed back into the UK, according to the Telegraph.
He told al-Quds newspaper: 'Britain is the place where I was born and lived.
'I have never been a threat to national security in Britain and will not commit aggression on its population because our religion does not allow attacks on unarmed innocents.'
Earlier this month, Abu Hamza's youngest son appeared in a propaganda video denouncing ISIS and the actions of Assad's government.
He told an Arabic newspaper he was not a threat to national security and wants to come back as he was raised in Britain. Mr Mustafa has appeared in videos denouncing ISIS and the actions of Assad's government
In the video seen by the Sun, he said:'There is no solution to the Syrian situation while Assad is in power… if you want to help then shine a light on the atrocities carried out by Bashar Assad, the Russians and ISIS.'
'It is very unfair for the West to judge Muslims by the actions of Al Qaeda, ISIS or Hizbollah. If that is fair then all Muslims have the right to view all Christians as crusaders or Americans as Charles Manson.'
In a YouTube video he is also seen reciting verses of the Qu'ran.
He is the sixth of eight children fathered by Hamza, who is serving a life-sentence in prison in Colorado.
Since 2011, it is believed as many as 800 Brits have left the country to fight in Syria.